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CORONAVIRUS

Government announces $1,500 a fortnight wage subsidy to keep Australians in jobs during coronavirus shutdown

Credit: SBS - Published 1 day ago
The unprecedented $130 billion package will also apply to casual workers who have been with a business for more than 12 months and New Zealand nationals. »more

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JOHNSON & JOHNSON

Johnson & Johnson plans one billion doses of coronavirus vaccine

The company said it would start human testing by September, with an eye on having it ready under an emergency use authorisation in early 2021, far quicker than the typical 18-month period.
Credit: The Age - Published

 
BELARUS

Belarus football gains global attention with other leagues suspended because of coronavirus

The Belarusian Premier League season carries on with matches despite the coronavirus outbreak and it is gaining worldwide attention and interest.
Credit: SBS - Published

 
HUNGARY

Amid coronavirus outbreak, Hungary's Viktor Orban reaches for unchecked power

Rights groups said the move effectively suspends democracy in the European Union member state in the name of fighting the coronavirus.
Credit: The Age - Published

 
SWEDEN

Sweden's approach to fighting the coronavirus includes a liberal amount of personal freedom

Sweden's chief epidemiologist says the country's relatively permissive policies are more sustainable in protecting peoples' health amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Credit: SBS - Published

 
WAGE SUBSIDY
Nearly one million casuals left out of JobKeeper wage subsidy
The government’s move to introduce a $1,500-a-fortnight wage subsidy has been widely applauded, but casual workers who have worked for less than 12 months have been left out.
Credit: SBS - Published

 
JOBKEEPER
Wesfarmers boss warns JobKeeper payment won't go the distance
The government's "very generous" $130 billion JobKeeper wage subsidy may need to be supplemented with additional support at the end of coronavirus pandemic.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published

 
VAN GOGH PAINTING STOLEN
'I'm absolutely livid': Van Gogh painting stolen from museum during pandemic
Thieves have stolen a painting by Vincent van Gogh from the Singer Laren Museum in the Netherlands, which had been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Credit: The Age - Published

 
TOKYO OLYMPICS
IOC announces dates for Tokyo Olympics in 2021
The Tokyo Olympics will take place between July 23 and August 8 next year, the International Olympic Committee has announced.
Credit: The Age - Published






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